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"1ED plunder]; NH = BH; X t&M? bowl, basin, Chr Pal Aram. JJ^oso (wash-) basin Schwally Idtot. 64 . Ar J?^ Jow?) j ar F J L,T, NHWB ill. Sffl , Kl. Schr. ,LK,f - is perh. loan-word Fra 67 ');— abs. 'BH *6d Ju 6 M ; for drinking, cstr. DTT* i>BD 5 s5 a 6ow/ 0/ (fit for) nobles, huge bowl (GFM). [ jDDj once, erron., '!£*] vb. cover, cover in, panel (NH fBD is respect, care for ; Ph. flJBpD roof, Lzb 330 ; Aram. JBD Ithpe. be covered, overlaid ; As.sa]>dnu (sts. sapdnu f), cover, over- whelm, Dl 508 ; sapannu, concealment, obscurity, depth (of sea); Eth. rt«tjj invalescere, percre- bescere, praevalere, Di J06 ); — Qal Impf. 3 ms. Q'33 n^an-ns ]3D* i K 6 9 a»rf lie corera* tn </«s Aouse with beams (1) ; Inf. abs. TJK3 jiBp Je 22 14 (rdg. with JDMich Hi Gf Or Gie Co, Vj&Q psp, for MT |»p) »3l»n, c f. Dr Smm ) emerfcy (it) ira, panelling (it) with cedar; .ft. ;;oss. f1N3 f»D 1K7 7 , n«3 JBD v 3 ; pi. D3'ri33 D'^BD Hgi 14 t'w your panelled houses. — |1Bp strangely = reserved, laid up, Dt33 21 , and = hidden v 19 i>in »20B ^Bf (only here with B> ; both in sense of pBS [rd. this ?], cf. Dr). +JBD n.[m.] ceiling;— abs. 'BPI 1 K 6 15 . Tn^ED n.f. vessel, ship (covered in, overlaid, with sheathing, deck, etc.; Aram. U. 5m ,* on Ar. 1JL4L as loan-word v. Fra 216 ) ; — only 'Bn TJST Jon i

  • "]3D (-/of foil., meaning unknown).

fi. F|D n.xn. basin, goblet (NH ^D; Ph. B)D (Inscr. of Tyre 0, ' M ) Schrod z " B " IiI(1886,S1 "- Cl-Gann Ann * Ie * du Muse * Guimat x. 6U — Becuell d'arch. orient. cwm,m Hal E4j xu.107 Bloch . but Lzb 33o door-dU); — 'D abs. basin Ex 1 2 s2 - 22 (J ; containing blood of passover lamb); cstr. PyT" 6 )? Zc 12 2 goblet of reeling (intoxicating, fig.), prob. also Hb 2 1S , where rd. T^D f [^l?from the goblet of thy fury (for MT 'n nspD, v . I. nBD); pi. abs. nisp 2 S 17 28 basins for ordinary use; Q'BBn Je 52", ntepn 1 K 7 60 and cstr. HP? ™ B P 2 K 12", of temple utensils. . F)P M n.m. Am91 threshold, sill (NH t'i.; Ph. v. Lzb 1. HP ; Aram. KBD, )&£, Ar. sippu Dl 609 , all id) ;-abs. 'd 2 K 12'° + , also IjW Ju i9 B +3t. (Baer Ginsb), *|Bn 2 K 25"; *sf. W Ez 43", DBD v 8 ; pi. Cap Am 9 1 Is 6 4 + 6 t. Ez Ch ; — threshold, sill Ju 19 27 Amp 1 Is 6 4 Ez 4I 1616 43 8 - 8 2 Ch 3 7 , )T3n 'D 1 K 14 17 , -I5?#n 'D Ez40 w , cf. v 6b ; *lpn -l»b» K door-keeper, an important temple official, Je 35*, so 'Bn , "?t5B' 2 K 12 10 (priests), 22 4 = 2 Ch 34 s (Levites!), 2 K 23* 25" = Je 52 s4 ; in Persia, of palace Est 2 21 6 s ; of tabern. D^BH 'B> r Ch 9 19 ; ny'e» 'Bn 2 Ch 23 4 (Levites)/B3 DnjfB' 1 Ch p 22 ; coll. IBS airt Zp 2 14 desolation in the thresholds.

  • [?]ED] vb. denom. Hithpo'. stand at,

or guard, the threshold; — Inf. cstr. 'Fnna 'rijjjj TV33 "IfiRPrl ^ 84 11 / c/toose standing at the threshold in the house of my God. fin. r)D, "'ED n.pr.m. a Philistine, 2 S 2 1 18 (© top 2«$(f); ®L roils imavvrjyiiivovs), = 'BD I Ch 20 4 (© tov 2a<f>ovT, A Se(ji(j)i, ®L 2cm<f>i). tpSD, [pStp], vb. slap, clap (NH Pi. id.; Ar. i^JLL slap (face), strike (hands) Lane 1373 );— Qal Pf 3 ms. pBpl consec. Je 48 s6 , sf. D^Bp Jb 34 26 ; 1 s. "ripBD Je 3 i 19 ; 3 pi. VBB La 2 16 ; Impf. 3 ms. p'3f? (fe> subst. for D) Jb 27 s3 , Piap: 34 s7 , papjl Nu 24 10 ; Imv. ms. pBB Ez 2 1 17 ; — 1. slap, sq. ^"^S on the <%/«, in remorse and sorrow Je 31 19 Ez 21 17 ; c. B'B3 clap one's hands Nu 24 10 (in anger), c. 75? at, La 2 16 Jb 27 23 (in mockery); 'a om. Jb 34 s7 (in presumptuousness, against God). 2. slap, chastise, c. ace. pers. Jb 34 s6 (subj. God). 3. s 2 )lash W'pa 2SiD 'Dl Je 4 8 26 and Moab shall splash (fall with a splash) into his vomit, >Thes Buhl 1 * 113 empty himself (T), throw up (cf. Syr. Aa» Pa.). Hiph. Impf 3 mpl. Dnaa ni>::«  ^"B'r Is 2 6 (rd. perh. H^ Hi Du Che, and into the hands of foreigners they clap, lit. cause to clap, sc. their hands ; > © <3 from 1. ps't? q.v., they abound in, have a sufficiency of). t[pEiT>] n.[m.] doubtful word; hand- clapping, i.e. mockery (?) (cf. vb. Jb 27 s3 ) ; — pas? jb 3 6' 8 in difficult cl. ^3 ^n»p;-,'B nprna because there is passion, (beware) lest it incite thee to mockery, Bae K * u Da (but 3 r > Dr=incite against, hence Bu reads paky); De is not clear; others (as Di): lest it (passion) excite thee at the chastisement (v. /2 ; cf. Thes) ; Du reads nonp pEB'D lest chastisement incite thee to wrath.— On Jb 20 22 (edd.) v. pBb*. ED n.m." a ' u missive, dooument, writ- ing, book (prob. ancient loan-word from As. sipru, missive, message D1 HWB683 , TelAm. Sipru, sipirtu, id. Wkl TAGl0M ; Vsdpdru, send, send message or letter D1 HWB683 , Wkl L % whence also